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Unread 02-04-2012, 02:18 PM   #76
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Bought the Mopar Slush Mats dealer gave me them for $68 after tax.

I like em I have weathertechs in my GF's TC little stiff these were over a $100 cheaper and were in stock at my dealer.
I do agree i wish they had more material on the gas side. but what can i complain I got the front and rear set for $68!


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Unread 02-04-2012, 05:19 PM   #77
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The weathertechs I got are perfect. They fit perfect. They're stiff. The coverage exceeds mopar's coverage. I must be a complete idiot.
Gratuitous interior pics of said WeatherTech mats? I'm curious to see how well they fit. Would like to order a set. Thanks!
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Unread 02-04-2012, 07:10 PM   #78
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Gratuitous interior pics of said WeatherTech mats? I'm curious to see how well they fit. Would like to order a set. Thanks!
page 1 of this thread has a great pic.
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Unread 09-02-2012, 04:18 PM   #79
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When I go to the weathertech site and put in the 2012 cherokee, it states there are no all weather mats available for this vehicle.
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Unread 09-02-2012, 04:31 PM   #80
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Try 2011

Also you can go to other websites and get Weathertechs cheaper 4WDparts and probably Amazon.

I have Rugged Ridges for 4 months now and am very pleased plus they were significantly cheaper than Weathertechs.
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Unread 09-02-2012, 04:42 PM   #81
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Tried it but still says it has no mats available. I'm looking at the floor mats and not the liners.
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Unread 09-02-2012, 04:46 PM   #82
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Liners

Are better than the mats especially com the winter.
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Unread 09-03-2012, 07:21 AM   #83
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Are better than the mats especially com the winter.
It seems like the mats are more heavy duty and the liners more flimsy. It is only an impression from the pictures. I have owned the mats before and I liked them but maybe the liners are just as good or better maybe.
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Unread 09-03-2012, 08:17 AM   #84
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It seems like the mats are more heavy duty and the liners more flimsy. It is only an impression from the pictures. I have owned the mats before and I liked them but maybe the liners are just as good or better maybe.
Liners are more heavy duty and trap mud, water, snow and slush. I know they trap mud, water, and dirt from experience since several times a month I am out working dogs in fields that vary from dusty and dry to muddy and wet. Liners keep the crap and I do mean crap since my dogs and I are working sheep in the liners.I have only had my GC since May but I am sure the liners will hold slush and snow. Other nice thing about liners is I dont have to worry if water or soda bottles leak.

If you have to Weathertech try other retailers like Summit Racing, Jegs, 4wdpart etc for better pricing and deals on shipping. My sis has the Weathertech liners in her Tahoe and I think the Rugged Ridge are nicer and cheaper.
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Unread 09-04-2012, 10:26 AM   #85
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I had Weathertech floor liners in my 2011 Grand Cherokee and I loved them. They fit better, covered more area, and held more slush/dirt/water/ect. than any floormat I have used. I liked these mats so much that I plan to buy a set for my future vehicles also. Sadly, the 2011 Grand Cherokee is no longer with me, so I have a full set of grey Weathertech floor liners for sale. PM me if you are interested.
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Unread 09-04-2012, 11:14 AM   #86
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Liners. I've had em in all my vehicles for last 10 years at least. They aren't as thick, but no way you are ever gonna wear thru em. Not in 50 years.

Plus they fit better than all weathers. No doubt.

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Unread 09-04-2012, 12:52 PM   #87
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Bought a pair of Mopars, never used them becuase I also bought a set of Weathertech's. No comparison, Weathertech hands down. Sold the Mopars for what I paid for them.
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The rear ones by Mopar doesn't work too well, lots of exposed areas. It was free though so I couldn't really complain. Maybe I will get a different one for the rear.
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Unread 09-12-2012, 04:30 PM   #89
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The WeatherTech Liners are $180 for the front and rear seats (3 pieces) and $110 for the cargo area.... $300 for all 4 liners direct from WeatherTech.

I kinda like the Quadratec mats, almost the same price, about $27 shipping. I may try those this time around.
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Bought a pair of Mopars, never used them becuase I also bought a set of Weathertech's. No comparison, Weathertech hands down. Sold the Mopars for what I paid for them.
X2 for the weathertech's.

I almost bought the Mopar mats, but just bit the bullet and got the weathertechs for our WK2 and JK. I previously owned the Mopar mats for a past JK and hated them. Too much crap getting caught up in the crevasses not mention a pain in the *** to clean because of the design.

Yeah the weathertechs cost more but they are made in America (Bolingbrook, IL to be exact) not made in a foreign country like others are. They are guaranteed to hold their shape where others will collapse in (quadrajunk).

If you're a member of AAA you'll even save your self 5%.
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